Sporting fur instead of feathers, the world's only true flying mammals, bats, are all gathered into one order, Chiroptera, with 18 families, 180 Genera, and 925 species. Though not classified as flying mammals, other mammals who can move through the air include sugar gliders, 44 species of flying squirrels, and four species of lemur, called culogos. To learn more and share knowledge about this amazing and unique group of mammals, glide on in to our Flying Mammals category to ask and answer questions.
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